So, you’ve decided that it’s time to spruce up your home for spring. But, let’s face it, hiring a professional interior decorator is way too expensive. Fear not, my friend! I have the solution for you: DIY Spring Home Decor Projects!
There’s something about spring that always makes me want to update my home. I think it’s the longer days and warmer weather after the long, bleak winter, not to mention the trees budding out and flowers starting to appear.
These DIY spring home decor ideas are sure to help you give your home a facelift, too. Most are fairly easy to do, and none are super complicated.
DIY Spring Tulip Wreath by Life Love Larson
How cute is this wreath? I love tulips, and this display is so lush and full it just shouts Springtime. Add in that it is easy to make and it will be a hit all season long.
DIY Fabric Pots by Sugar Bee Crafts
Dressing up plain terracotta clay flowerpots has never been easier, and you can transform them in an evening or two. Just choose fabric that coordinates with your décor, cut and glue. Easy peasy!
10 Minute Decorating Simple Spring Centerpiece by Making It in The Mountains
Everyone loves fresh flowers and greenery on their tables, and this is an easy and versatile way to use some of those empty jars that are too pretty to throw away. This would also be a great window decoration, too.
Make a Really Cute Flower Wall Clock – How Was Your Day?
Paper flowers really dress up an inexpensive plastic clock. It’s a great way to bring some cottage chic or Boho style into your home.
DIY Beautiful Large Wall Art by A Piece Of Rainbow
It’s becoming more difficult to find affordable wall art, so why not make your own? All you need is a large frame, a few inexpensive supplies and an evening or two to make this bright bold bouquet. Don’t forget to sign your masterpiece!
Paper Egg Carton Flowers by Postcards From The Ridge
At first glance, I thought the egg carton flowers were live succulents. When I realized they were made from egg cartons, I thought they would be great for an area with no light or water access, where you might want a little greenery or color.
Spring Inspired Window Wall Decor by Blesser House
A series or grouping of similar themed pictures always looks good, especially in a matching framed gallery. This set of Audubon prints in clean whites mats is a fresh look after the drab winter. Click through to get their free printables to get this look in your own home.
DIY Magnolia Wreath by Upright And Caffeinated
If you live in the central or more temperate areas of the US, magnolia trees are common. Plan a walk and gather enough leaves to make a statement wreath for your front door. Made with fresh, dried or a mixture of both leaves, it will be beautiful.
8 Ways To Style A Vase With Faux Spring Florals by The Happy Housie
Everyone has that vase – you know, the big one that has the original arrangement in it. This article will give some new ideas for updating that statement piece, and some Spring inspiration.
DIY Shabby Farmhouse Two Tiered Tray by How Was Your Day?
Decorated trays for every holiday are one of the farmhouse decor trends I don’t see going away for a while. Make your own Shabby Farmhouse Two Tiered Tray with items you can find at the dollar store, your cabinets, or out thrifting.
How To Make A Garland For Spring by My 100 Year Old Home
Here are some great ideas for ‘Springing’ up your house with premade (non-pine) garlands and handmade by you Freesia blooms. The flowers are cut from crepe paper and delicately painted to resemble the real thing. It all comes together for a freshness that captures the new season.
How To Make Simple But Beautiful Map Roses by Pillar Box Blue
I would never have thought that roses made from regular old maps could be so pretty. Their delicate colors actually make a perfect color combo for the dusty pink and blue color schemes that are in a lot of bedrooms these days. You could take it a step further and make roses from your travels or places that hold special memories.
DIY Color Blocked Wood Vases by Sarah Hearts
Here is a modern take on vases, and they are super easy to make. You can paint the vases in any color to match or coordinate with your décor; and because you paint on a flat surface it’s much easier than trying to paint around a cylinder. I envision a lot of uses for these with greenery, floers, or even plant cuttings in them.
Spring Farmhouse Porch by A Night Owl
This isn’t a craft project, but you can get many ideas for updating you porch or patio. When the weather starts warming up, we want to make our outside space enjoyable, too. Whether using real or artificial plants, there is plenty of inspiration here.
Peony Spring Wreath by Making The World Cuter
This is a bold but simple project that would look as good hanging on the wall as the front door. Peonies are large but delicate flowers and it only takes a few to have an impact. The wreath base has a little bit of a shabby look to it, and this would be pretty in almost any room.
DIY Gold Dipped Vase by Two Twenty One
This is really on trend and would be useful in many settings. But, there is a secret; the vase is actually spray painted! If silver or copper are more your style, you can easily use whatever color suits your décor. I can see them as centerpieces or canisters, too.
Marbled Clay Coasters by Craving Some Creativity
I love having coasters around as they keep those pesky watermarks off the furniture. This set is pretty with a lot of color combinations to show you some ideas. The marbling technique is easy and looks like marble. This would also make a nice hostess or housewarming gift.